This three-days session is specifically designed for team managers active in science-based organizations. Learn about the specifics of leading teams of scientists, the challenge of being an S&T manager in Government and the complexity of working with both S&T and Public Sector values. Facilitated by two experienced leaders in S&T organizations, this workshop will help you lead teams through change, use effective feedback approaches to enhance performance and deal with conflicts arising in the context of scientific work.
The challenge of leading in science-based organizations is not a technical challenge; it is one of leading highly trained, highly skilled professionals to individual and group success in their own field. However, in the Public Sector, science success is defined differently than it may be in academia.
This three-day highly interactive workshop, facilitated by experienced leaders in science-based organizations, will allow you to discuss challenges to science-based teams. Through exercises and simulations, you will also develop your skills and master approaches to boost your effectiveness and your success as a team leader.
At the end of this workshop you should:
Your facilitators, Omer Boudreau and Geoff Munro, are both former Assistant-Deputy Ministers in science-based departments and have extensive experience in leading teams in the science world.
|Leading Teams Science (Jan 2018)||Managers/Team Leaders||3 days||Jan 20 - Feb 1, 2018||240 Bank, suite 501||1850||Register|